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like it. i'd like to go to the land of linco lincoln. bret? >> caller: boo-yah, jim. >> caller: here's my stock, buckle, bke. >> between aeropostal and buckle, any weakness, i say buy. but they have distinguished themselves in this decline as having momentum and doing a good job. i include urban and tjx, but you know how i feel about tjx going forward. congratulations mr. bernanke. congratulations consumer to feeling the good idea to buy a home. congratulations investors. what the hell. >>> coming up, one upgrade and one downgrade, how do you sort it all out? turn to cramer as he decide one stock has run out of steam or just start to go heat up. >>> plus it's a competition of warehouse proportions, a week-long competition continues as cramer pits two stocks against each other to find out if either one has what it takes to be crowned discount king. >>> and later, cramer puts the charts against the fundamentals on an all new "off the charts." all coming up on "mad money." i'm racing cross country in this small sidecar, but i've still got room for the internet. with my new netbook from
how you are doing as the season approaches and what do you think of bret favre coming back? >> talking about coach dungy, there have been transitions and fortunately the new coach has been here years under the coach and he will coach from the same principals and same book as tony dungy as well as bringing his personal flavor. it won't be on the sidelines and his presence will still be felt. players will use a lot of technique that is the coach used in the individual careers and positions. we will miss him even though it feels like he will be with us. as far as bret favre, i have to say i'm not surprised that he's coming back. i don't know if anybody should be. last year was probably a little more of a concern because he was in the afc and now back in the nfc. he is eli's problem in the giants and the packers and the bears and those guys' problems. >> that's a nice handoff. >> it's a little dramatic. i'm kind of the non-drama guy. i try to -- i have to be on tv, but usually by force and not by choice. it has been dramatic, but we will see how it all plays out. >> do you hear it from the
. >> they drive me crazy. >> bret favre is being used in a campaign to highlight how hard it is for some guys to make up their minds. not only is the commercial funny, but you see the out takes on you tube. >> that's brilliant. i wonder how you were going to spring it together with k mart. you managed to do it beautifully. >> as always. thank you very much. appreciate it. >> while it is moving on and no secret that going to the right school can give you a leg up in the world, but it can make you fabulously wealthy. harvard which i believe i head in your publication has turned out more billionaires than any other college on the planet. bill gates even though he didn't graduate and michael bloomberg and on and on. why harvard? >> 54 billionaires come from harvard and number two is stanford with 25. harvard creams the competition, so to speak. harvard has a great business school and also attracted a great amount of talent and you have to realize that billiona e billionaires have a lot of smarts and ambition and they need certain networking. >> what are about the networking? >> any schools on th
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